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as some aspects i concurred with. senator john mccain is asking him to prove that the. >> explain what take -- techniques and why they could work and why some techniques which are in violation of the geneva convention are okay but others are not? there is a lot of questions for mr. brennan. >> after leaving the cia in 2007 he defended the enhanced method saying they quote max save the lives quote. >> i expressed my personal objections and my views about certain such as water boarding and nudity professing my personal objections but i did not try to stop it because it was something being done in a different part of the agency under authority of the others. >> also high-profile leaks that were strategically done to make obama look top. >> he says he is not the subject of a probe, but a witness. lou: thank you to our chief congressional correspondent mike emmanuel. now the stunning disjointed efforts of communicating within the administration and a very serious lack of understanding how to react to the attacks on benghazi our next guest says the legally correct drone program carried out b
as children. but another gang of eight member, senator john mccain dismisses the white house claims today of innocence and the release of that draft. now the awkward walk back of the president's initiative. senator mccain questions the president's desire to actually, sincerely fix the broken legal and illegal immigration system. >> leaks don't happen in washington by axa. this raises the question that many of us continue to wonder. does the president really want a result or does he want another -- lou: a central question in all of this. if the white house had nothing to do with the leak, the president's chief of staff on sunday morning talk shows to issue ultimatums like this. >> he says it is denim arrival of proposed. let's make sure does not. let's make sure that the group up there, the gang of eight, makes good progress on these efforts as much as they say they want to which is exactly what we intend to do to work with them. lou: the $85 billion in spending cuts and the sequestration are now just ten days away from going into affect. the house and senate stand in recess. the president
on immigration without public discussion in town halls. i want to credit senator john mccain, a veteran of the immigration wars on capitol hill. he's held meetings and is beginning to hear from his constituents. it's as if all of washington decided now that they are the french aristocrats of the 18th century. this is becoming unseemble, don't you think? >> well, i'm all for full disclosure and transparency in things we do, especially dealing with people's pocketbooks and wallets to ensure we are good stewards of the money. right now, people in washington, as you of all people know, they are not. they are just spending like there's no tomorrow like pigs in a trough. i used that before, and we need to stop, and to make sure that -- listen, i love john mccain, a real mentor to me in washington and someone i consider a national hero, and the fact he's out there doing the town hall meetings, taking the lumps and praise to at least bringing the conversation to the people and letting them be part of the process, i think, can be comanted. we have to do that with everything. we were under the gu
with two options. armageddon or attacks like. both gramm and senator john mccain said the meeting well. still, no deal. lori: and there is where we stand. thank you. fox news chief white house correspondent. one of the state's potentially hurt most by the defense request to cut is virginia. get this. some 90,000 civilian defense department employees to be furloughed. the army space operations funding would be cut by about 146 million in virginia, and funding for air force operations in the state would be cut by about $8 million. my first guest, virginia congressman randy forbes, a member of the armed services committee offering his prognosis today. >> if you take the wrong medicine to try to cure an illness, it can sometimes be worse than taking the medicine. if you have the wrong compromise , it can be worse than no compromise a vault. i want to point out to everybody , the dca itself, sequestration, the problem that we are all now facing was, in fact, a compromise, a compromise that was proposed by the president and even though i voted against it, we are looking at it and facing toda
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deal of a potential secretary here. >> it would be an enormously big deal. perhaps senator john mccain has perhaps decided to say that he would support it. i am not saying that i know that. if what he is reporting it's true, that would be what is happening here. i think what is being reported here are many commentators saying a couple weeks ago after the president very aggressive state of the union and progressive of marx he was saying about the republicans. look, the president will need the republicans in congress in his second term to get done some of the things he wants to achieve. like immigration reform. well, here we are. he is in trouble. his relationship with the republicans out there is simply broken. now it looks like the president may pay a price for that. dagen: do you think it will, at the end of the day, get in the way of chuck hagel becoming defense secretary. also, republicans will have to pay a price, right? connell: it looks like we have the speaker of the house. the breaking news out of washington. let's listen to the live comment. >> in two weeks we will have a cere
for you. listen, tom coburn, john mccain, a number of g.o.p. officials are saying down size d.c., the federal government did grow under this white house. and so the cocoon of washington, d.c. continues. they feel they have a claim on taxpayer money to continue to grow the government. and d.c. spends while the rest of the country gets a hangover. stuart: it is not like we're going to actually cut spending. we're not. we're going to spend more, just a little bit less more. charles: we're not going to cut spending. just the rate of the increase in spending. the idea that you would have a leader that would lead through enthusiasm, optimism, and occasionally say we have to go through rough patches, maybe it doesn't sell in this country, maybe it doesn't sell around the world, i'm looking around the world you have a new leader in south korea you know who is promising all kinds of things they can't afford. berlusconi in italy, maybe people don't want to hear that occasionally things get tough particularly when the government is 16 point something trillion already in the hole. that's
thing will happen, the president will be back in washington, lindsay gramm and john mccain significant republican figures going to come to the white house and talked to him allegedly about immigration reform which is important but also have a conversation about sequester and budget and we will see what happens. lindsey graham said yesterday it saves the defense industry and the defense establishment, talk about putting revenue on the table, police and democrats, interesting statement. we will see if he is speaking for anyone but lindsey graham. lori: the sequestration itself announced 2% of a decrease in spending, worst case scenario, we are hearing this doomsday scenario the country will be more susceptible to terrorist attacks, teachers will be laid off, flights won't be as safe and they will be delayed and these horrible things but it is such a minuscule amount of spending decrease. correct? will we be that impact will? >> over time it would be better immediately and won't be. the federal government does everything slowly including rolling out spending cuts that would happen over ti
the same thing, people like john mccain do not want to see it go through, how do you bring it in line. >> none of us want to see across the board cuts specific line items of bloated, and others that are close to efficient. so we would see targeted cuts, and long-term and hande mandatok out how do we get out 20 years from now and continue to save. you save for a couple years. we would rather gat it fantastic decade. gerri: talking about sequestration, here is fred upton. >> it has to happen, without an alternative in house last year with speaker boehner and canter we passed in the house two different bills with spending offsets on the sequester, the senate did not take either one of them up. we are now left in a position of this sequester that is going on testimony. gerri: it occurs it is likely to get scare tactics out of the obama administration, if republicans are onboard, warning people of all bad things that will happen. do you think that will happen? >> i do, it has already happened, first thing they will say is, ty will have to close down the u.s. air force, and shut down marine
? caving for cash? some say raising revenue might be the right thing to d lindsay graham and john mccain are twof them, home depot cofounder, bernie marcus finds amazing that whole budget mess did not come up. the possible that's they included in dealing with any budget mess. all right bernie, i'm listening and hearing this and wondering, -- i i don't know if revenues are the problem here. >> well, neil, if i had a very serious concussion, i don't think i would go to a po a -- podiatrist. this is ridiculous, if he raise taxes on people, it does not solve any of the issues, this is not going to lower debt, we'll be in terrible debt, it will continueo go to 16 to 17. neil: what this day tony care? -- what if they don't care. debt does not matter. if it is invisible you are fighting claude raines. >> i heard a couple republican say, let the president do what he is going to do, after he destroys the economy and kills businesses, then we will have a chance to get back i in to was. what does this have to do with getting back in office? we have unemployment at a very high level, why are we not
. wonder why john mccain wanted to become president. he hated all the pageantry. kept things short and sweet. we would have been out of there in seven minutes with a little george washington. >> mr. speaker, mr. vice president, members of congress, fellow americans. 51 years ago john f. kennedy declared to this chamber that the constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for progress. [applause] it is my task, he said, to report the state of the union. to improve it is the task of us all. tonight thanks to the grit and determination of the american people there is much progress to report. after a decade of grinding war our brave men and women in uniform are coming home. [applause] after years of grueling recession our businesses have created over six million new jobs. we buy more american cars than we have in five years. and less foreign oil than we have in 20. [applause] our housing market is healing, our stock market is rebounding, and consumers patience and homeowners enjoy stronger protections than ever before. [applause] so together we have cleared away the rubble
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